Vasectomy = less of a man now?

Misha MILLER
3 min readJan 14, 2022

Please just stop already

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A little over a week ago Editor-in-Chief of OUTspoken, Chadwick Moore appeared as a guest on Tucker Carlson where he and guest host Sean Duffy were discussing vasectomies. When asked by Duffy if getting a vasectomy was an act of love or consequence-free sex, Moore responded “why stop at a vasectomy, I think you can lob the whole thing off and become trans. That’s what you should do if you really love your wife.” He also mentioned that this was the left’s political way of thinking as it concerned population control and its men being mutilated in a unnecessary clinical setting. Cool.

Just a couple things here.

I am a proud supporter of the LGBTQIA+ community. Last time I checked the community didn’t need us hetero’s telling them where they should stick it and with whom. They are actually extremely bothered by that and for years marched and protested until the Supreme Court legalize marriage equality for all in 2015.

To this day, the LGBTQIA+ community continues to be ostracized with hate crimes and assault as they are four times more likely to experience violence compared to heterosexual men and women. So with that…why? why and how did Moore even come to this thought regarding vasectomy's?

Here is a man speaking on something that really has nothing to do with him. Because he is a gay man, no woman would be asking him to get a vasectomy. Sometimes when you are so far removed and speak on what’s none of your concern, you sound sideways. And maybe Sean Duffy didn’t give him the complete story of where this idea of an act of love even originated from.

The idea of a vasectomy being an act of love comes from men who are there, been there or considering a vasectomy because of what their wives already endured. The Washington’s Post article Men across America are getting vasectomies ‘as an act of love’ speaks with fathers taking a stand for the reproductive health and planning instead of leaving it up to their significant others. And with the possibility of Roe vs Wade…

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